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Visit the One World Observatory for free May 28

By
Jillian Anthony
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The One World Observatory opens up on May 29, but for four hours the day before, you can take in the spectacular views for free. At a public open house from 9am and 1pm on May 28, you can be one of the first to visit the new lookout. Registration is open now.

Tickets to visit the observatory after it opens are on sale right now, too. You can buy tickets in advance online, and the observatory is open seven days a week, from 9am till midnight. You can also buy tickets in person from the box office starting at 8:30am at 285 Fulton St. 

Check out a video tour of the 360-degree views you'll see from way up high on the 101st floor—One World Trade is the tallest building in the U.S., so you'll get quite a view of our fair city.

Here's the pricing list and what your ticket includes:

Adult: $32, ages 13-64yrs
Senior: $30, ages 65+
Child: $26, ages 6-12yrs
Guests ages 5 and under are admitted free of charge.

Timed entry admission tickets include:
Access to all three floors of One World Observatory (Levels 100, 101, 102)
Arrival ascent via The Sky Pod elevators, among the fastest in the world
Exciting New York City film presentation in the SEE FOREVER™ Theater
Expansive and panoramic 360 degree views of Manhattan’s iconic skyline and beyond
Special features including City Pulse, One World Observatory’s interactive concierge, and step out onto the Sky Portal for a direct view down to the city streets below.
Access to curated eateries from casual café fare to seated fine-dining at ONE.

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